Seychelles is the perfect tropical beach destination. Lying 1000 miles off the east coast of Africa, the 115 islands are scattered south from the Equator like pearls in the Indian Ocean.
The islands are ringed by palm fringed beaches where the sand is just like icing sugar. The warm turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean lap at your feet and everywhere you look is a picture postcard view. Seychelles is home to the unique coco de mer palm, some of the world’s rarest bird species and the world’s largest giant tortoises. The seas team with tropical fish and migrant sea birds arrive in their thousands to breed in Seychelles.

What’s more, there are wonderful places to stay, amazing yachts to charter and, if you like the thought of a holiday away-from-it-all, try Seychelles. It makes you feel like you just dropped off the edge of the world into paradise. They said Seychelles was ‘unique by 1000 miles’ and they are right.


Current time in
Seychelles

Our Destination Management Company is:

Creole Travel Services
Orion Promet Building, P.O Box 611, Victoria,
Mahe, Seychelles
Tel: 00 248 297 000 Fax: 00 248 225 817

Website: www.creoletravelservices.com

Tour Operators Contact: Melissa Quatre
(Email: melissa.quatre@creoletravelservices.com)
Groups Contact: Helen Pillay
(Email:helen.pillay@creoletravelservices.com)


SEYCHELLES FACT FILE
Location
Size
Capital city
Population
Main Languages
Currency
Main Exports
International Dialling Code
Time Difference
Flying time from UK
Driving
Visa Requirements
Electricity
Indian Ocean, 1000 miles east of Kenya
Over 115 islands – total 175 sq miles of land
Victoria
84,000
Creole, English and French (all official)
Seychelles Rupee (£1 = approx 20 Rupees)
Fish, Copra, Cinnamon
+248
GMT +4, BST +3
10-13 hours approximately
On the left (same as UK)
Visas not required for UK passport holders
220-240 volts, UK 3 pin plugs widely used


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Seychelles (Mahe)
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